It is conventional modern wisdom to think that the more you have to lose in your life, the risky and more fragile you can become. Such is the nature of an individual, but that doesn’t only apply to people, but also to nation-states and companies. To make sure that issues like this don’t happen in nation-states, governments need the almost engineered expertise of people like Sujit Choudhry, the Founding Director of Center for Constitutional Transitions.
One of the most constructive contributions of Choudhry is being able to offer his expertise for the United Nations, and from that experience, he is now considered an internationally acclaimed expert in comparative and constitutional law. The politics in the world is constantly fluctuating, and the higher up you are in the system, the harder it is to deal with these political changes. The more these changes appear, the more necessary it seems for countries to need the help of people like Sujit Choudhry.
Most of the time of Sujit Choudhry is allocated in making sure that the expertise he offers is built from a serious set of networks and non-profit that deal with the current changes in the global political and economic market. He now uses the most modern constitutional templates, designs and programs to make sure that a country can deal with the political changes in the market today. With Choudhry’s expertise in federalism, decentralization, semi-presidential and transitional justice, it’s easy for governments to trust Sujit to help transition countries into the right constitutional structure. The expertise of Mr. Choudhry has also been acquired to help build the constitution of Canada.
About Sujit Choudhry
Sujit Choudhry is currently the established Director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions (constitutionaltransitions.org). He’s the man responsible for making sure that he can conceptualize, cultivate, design and pioneer the basic structure and format of a constitution that will respond to the local needs of the citizens and not the interests of those who want to intervene in the organic growth of the nation-state. Right now, he’s been able to work with more than 50 experts in various government and non-profit sectors, which include NGO’s and think tanks.
Connect with Choudhry, visit LinkedIn.